Advantages to Using Stainless Steel for Commercial and Home Kitchens

Posted on October 17, 2012 by Reda Abouleish
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Find out about the many benefits to using stainless steel for commercial and home kitchens.

Have you ever observed media coverage on infamous international hotels and restaurants?  I am referring to the type of coverage that gives you a tour of the beautifully designed facilities and shows why specific materials are chosen.  It provides the audience with an inside glimpse of the workings behind these successful, masterful businesses.  They discuss hygienic and cost-effective decisions being the driving force behind why particular metals are used, especially stainless steel.  Today I am going to share with you a brief summary of this coverage as it relates to the advantages of using stainless steel for commercial and home usage.

Stainless steel is a resilient, 100% recyclable, hygienic material making it a popular choice for commercial and home kitchens alike.  It has a universal appeal that works with modern, sleek-looking kitchens while providing a non-contamination working zone.  Utensils, appliances, flat surfaces and backsplashes ensuring longevity and corrosion-resistant traits are produced from stainless steel.  This prevents food contamination from occurring while keeping everything aesthetically appealing.  It is easy to clean and requires little to no maintenance and/or upkeep costs.  These advantages alone make it an ideal choice for commercial and home kitchens.  It is why these benefits are frequently mentioned in hotel and restaurant media coverage today.

To find out more about the benefits of using stainless steel and nickel alloys, call National Specialty Alloys today!

Stainless Steel is featured in 2 Prestigious International Hotels

Posted on August 24, 2012 by Reda Abouleish
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Stainless steel is used in a unique manner at the Miura Hotel by featuring a 30 feet high statue of a man pressing against the property.

There are hotels worldwide that choose to use stainless steel to highlight specific aspects of the structures for interior and external features.  Today I am going to share with you two examples of how stainless steel is used in the utmost highly acclaimed hotels located across the globe.  Let’s start this list with an infamous brand name chain that originated in the USA, Trump International Hotel & Tower®.

Trump seems to own everything.  There is no denying that.  You see him on ads, hosting television shows and his name brand extends to clothing and jewelry lines too but his most prominent founding arena of success stems from his residential and commercial property dealings.

Trump International Hotel & Tower® Chicago is sample of Donald Trump’s legacy and his use of stainless steel for the design and structure of this hotel is remarkable.

Stainless steel and glass adorn this impressive 1,389 feet height hotel.  It has a breathtaking peak that tops out at 1,170 feet.  The stainless steel incorporated in the building is not assigned to one part of the exterior or interior.  It is actually utilized throughout the property.  For instance, there are approximately 45,000 tons of steel bars reinforcing the support of the hotel.  There are bowed, polished stainless steel pieces created to form a division between units of the windows extending beyond 9 inches from the glass line.  Smart applications of this metal are uncovered throughout the property.

Another structure that features stainless steel is the Miura hotel in Czech Republic.   This hotel used the metal in a unique manner by incorporating a 30 feet high stainless steel man pressing against the outside of the hotel.  It is a sculptor created by the artist David Černý who is notorious for his large-scale installations.

To find out more about nickel alloys and stainless steel, call National Specialty Alloys today!

 

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